In addition to the many historic buildings along Trappe and
Collegeville’s two-mile-long Main Street, the boroughs
maintain four parks that are open daily from dawn to dusk.
Rambo Park, located on W. Fifth Avenue, boasts a mile-long pedestrian trail, natural meadows, a multipurpose playing
field, tot-lot, pavilion, butterfly garden, and pond (originally
known as the Big Spring, the pond once provided water to
the nearby Fountain Inn, now the Trappe Tavern).
Waterworks Park, a 17-acre tract located on W. First Avenue, is jointly owned and maintained by the Boroughs of
Trappe and Collegeville. The park includes baseball and
soccer fields, pedestrian trails, a large pavilion area, a tot-lot,
and many other amenities.
Hunsberger Woods, located on E. Ninth Avenue, is a 27-acre open space and passive recreation area. It has two small
ponds, a stream, and multiple pedestrian trails.
Collegeville Community Park, located on Park Avenue between E. Third and Fourth Avenues, is a 3-acre facility with an extensive playground, basketball and roller hockey courts, and a baseball field.
Restrooms: Facilities are available at all parks and both borough halls during regular business hours.